By Megan Gibson
January 9, 2015

The 2015 BAFTA nominations were announced on Friday, where Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel established itself as a leading contender. The film received a total of 11 nominations — more than any other film — including nods in the Best Film, Best Director and Leading Actor (for Ralph Fiennes) categories.

The Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything also fared well with ten nominations, as did the black comedy Birdman. Somewhat surprisingly, the civil rights film Selma, which stars British actor David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King Jr., failed to receive a single nomination.

The awards, which will be hosted by comedian Stephen Fry, will take place on Feb. 8. All the nominees in the five main categories are:

Best Film:
The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Theory Of Everything

Birdman

The Imitation Game

Boyhood

Leading Actress:
Felicity Jones — The Theory Of Everything

Julianne Moore — Still Alice

Reese Witherspoon — Wild

Amy Adams — Big Eyes

Rosamund Pike — Gone Girl

Leading Actor:
Eddie Redmayne — The Theory Of Everything

Ralph Fiennes — The Grand Budapest Hotel

Benedict Cumberbatch — The Imitation Game

Jake Gyllenhaal — Nightcrawler

Michael Keaton — Birdman

Supporting Actress:
Keira Knightley — The Imitation Game

Imelda Staunton — Pride

Emma Stone — Birdman

Patricia Arquette — Boyhood

Rene Russo — Nightcrawler

Supporting Actor:
J.K. Simmons — Whiplash

Mark Ruffalo — Foxcatcher

Steve Carell — Foxcatcher

Edward Norton — Birdman

Ethan Hawke — Boyhood

Best Director:
Alejandro G. IñáRritu — Birdman

Wes Anderson — The Grand Budapest Hotel

James Marsh — The Theory Of Everything

Richard Linklater — Boyhood

Damien Chazelle — Whiplash

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